Study for Rockwell’s ‘How Goes the War on Poverty’ may command $200,000

Rockwell painting

A three-auction event set for Dec. 10-11 at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers will bring before bidders American and European and Contemporary art, including a 1965 study for a Norman Rockwell painting, that was reproduced on the cover of Look magazine and accompanied an article on Lyndon B. Johnson’s legislation program to address high poverty in the United States.
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Behind the Gavel: Engaging with customers early on sets the tone for future sales

Antiques Auctioneer Wayne Jordan

Whether clerk or customer we’re all familiar with the phrase “thanks – just looking” when it comes to visiting retail shops without a primary focus for the visit. However, as Wayne Jordan points out in his latest Behind the Gavel column, but engaging early on can help customers find something they’re interested in and assist the clerk in earning a sale. Read More +